11/11/2013 2:20amA Russian court on Monday jailed for life three men from Ingushetia over their role in the 2011 bombing of a Moscow airport that killed 37 people, a news agency reported.
11/11/2013 6:35amBritish prosecutors have dropped their case against two British brothers charged over the kidnapping of journalists in Syria.
11/11/2013 7:17amA Russian performance artist nailed his genitals to the ground outside Moscow's Red Square in protest over Russia's "police state" as the country marked national police day.
11/11/2013 7:36amFrance's unpopular president ignored jeers by protesters as he laid flowers at the tomb of the unknown soldier during a ceremony marking the end of World War I.
11/11/2013 8:25amCambodia, not Thailand, has sovereignty over a disputed promontory around a 1,000-year-old temple, the U.N.'s highest court ruled Monday in a unanimous decision on a long-simmering border dispute.
11/11/2013 9:46amBulgarian prosecutors launched a probe Monday into the government's handling of refugee applications, trying to weed out possible illegal immigrants.
11/11/2013 9:49am"We will remember them," says the "Ode of Remembrance" recited around the world each Armistice Day.
11/11/2013 12:19pmYoung Poles torched cars, threw stones at police and tried to climb the fence at the Russian Embassy after setting a guard's booth ablaze during a march Monday by nationalists marking Poland's Independence Day.
11/11/2013 12:47pmAfter a whirlwind few days in Geneva, Iran and six world powers _ the United States, Russia, China, Britain, France and Germany _ have walked away from talks on Iran's nuclear program with only a vow to return in 10 days.
11/11/2013 1:09pmAs a bugler played the "Last Post," a cascade of red paper poppies floated down Monday from Menin Gate in Ypres as visitors from around the globe came to honor the dead of World War I.
11/11/2013 1:14pmThe Romanian government won't allow a Canadian company to develop what would have been Europe's biggest open gold mine, the prime minister said Monday, shortly before a parliamentary commission nixed a bill that would have permitted the project.